Clubs

b&l_LogoBlackfield and Langley Football Club

The club was formed in 1935 and during the Second World War played in the Hythe and District League.

After the War the club joined the Southampton Junior League, winning the Division One title in 1946. The following season they were Southampton League West Division champions, and completed the double by winning the Southampton Senior Cup.

After this the Club applied to join the Hampshire League and when accepted they joined Division Three West for the 1950–51 season. Although they won the title the following season, the Club did not move into Division Two until the 1956–57 season, remaining there for four seasons before being releagted again. They remained in this division for the next four seasons but were relegated at the end of 1959/60.

The club then faced further relegation when they were relegated to Division four of the Hampshire league, before being promoted again in the 1974–75 season. However the club was relegated five seasons later back to Division four.

In the 1980–81 season the Hampshire league re-organised and The club was placed in the restructured Division Three. A season later the club achieved promotion to Division two when they finished as Runners-up in the division.Three seasons later the club were promoted to the top Division in the Hampshire league when they finished as champions of Division Two at the end of the 1984–85 season.

The club then spent the next 15 seasons in the Division during which time they finished as Runners-up three times before finally clinching the championship at the end of the 1997–98 season. However despite winning the championship in the 1997–98 season the club was denied promotion as their ground did not meet the requirements for entry to the Wessex League.

The club then spent two more seasons in the Hampshire league, during which time they made their Debut in the FA Vase in the 1998–99 season, before they could be promoted to the Wessex League, when they finished third in the Hampshire League.

The club entered the Wessex league for the 2000–01 season, and a season later made their debut in the FA Cup. At the end of the 2003–04 season the club were relegated to the newly formed division two of the Wessex League. They then spent the next five seasons in the Wessex leagues second tier until they gained promotion to the Wessex League premier Division, under the management of former Southampton player Jon Gittens at the end of the 2008–09 season.

The 2012–13 season saw the club become champions of the Wessex Premier Division, however they weren’t promoted to the Southern Football League or Isthmian League as they did not apply for promotion.

Visit the Blackfield and Langley FC Website

Fawley Rugby Football Club

Rugby posterFawley RFC is founded in the southern Waterside area in the 1920s drawing players from the villages of Fawley, Blackfield, Holbury and Hythe.

In 1935 the Fawley & District Rugby Club became associated with the AGWI Recreation Club and the Club name was changed to AGWI RFC. Membership was open to AGWI employees and associate members from the locality, with a lot of players coming up from the Military establishments at Marchwood, RAF Calshot and HMS Diligence.

The Club was re-founded after the Second World War.

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falconlogoFawley Falcons Youth Football Club

Fawley Falcons YFC was founded in 1973 and evolved from a Scout team which was led by Tony Pothecary.

Now in its 41st season, upon formation the club had just one team, but it quickly grew, adding three more sides that transferred to the Southampton & District Tyro League in the early

1980’ s. We are extremely proud of our club, and all the boys and girls who have played football under the Fawley Falcons banner over the past 40 years. Without them our history would be immaterial

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Waterside Model Club

For modellers who specialise in Radio controlled model boats, cars, helicopters and tanks in the Southampton and New Forest areas of Hampshire.

Visit the Waterside Model Club website

 

Kidz Supersportz

The venue here kidz_supersportz__300at Gang Warily Recreation Centre allows us to coach many sports and activities as we can use all the facilities, our main base is the main hall where we play games such as Dodgeball, Kwik Cricket, Benchball, Uni-Hoc, Soft Archery, Tennis and many warm up games, a lot of our time is outside on the 3G pitches where we use to play Football, 3 Ball rounders, Capture the Flag Handball, Touch Rugby, Danish Longball  and a popular area for our free time where the children play with what equipment they like, Basketball, and Badminton nets are set up in the main hall for those wanting something different.

 

We also use the outside grassed area when the weather is kind to play some of those sports, and in small groups use the fitness pods. We try to do different sports each day, however this can be different if the weather is against us.

 

The children are required to bring a pack lunch and drink (not fizzy) and extra fruit to snack on during breaks. Sports clothing is needed, in the summer months sun cream is advised, and in winter appropriate clothing is a must as we venture outside for fresh air!.

 

Our very popular Nerf War is on a Wednesday and is a massive favorite with the children, all equipment is provided, but children can bring there own guns but at there risk.

 

All coaches are DBS checked and are first Aid trained

 

Ben Strange
kidzsupersportz@aol.co.uk

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